Eupatorium album var. album
Most common variety. Hairy, single stem with elliptic leaves. Flowers are small and white and occur in heads with four to five florets each. Begin blooming in mid summer. Prefers uplands with dry and sandy soil.
|Other Common Names:||White Thoroughwort|
|Bloom Time:||Early August into September|
|Global and State Rank:||G5T5, S5|
|Commercially available landscape plant?||No|
|Soil pH:||Slightly Acidic, Neutral, Slightly Alkaline|
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